Thule Outrigger II Kayak Mount

Thule Outrigger II Kayak Mount
Thule Outrigger II Kayak Mount
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Outrigger II Kayak Mount by Thule
If you don't want a big scratch on your Escalade from trying to put your kayak on the roof by yourself, you'll be happy to see Thule's Outrigger II. The Outrigger II slides into the front load bar and pulls out when it's time to get your boat on the roof. Just lift your boat's bow onto the Outrigger II, and then use that as a pivot point to get the stern up. It makes getting your boat on the roof by yourself a lot easier, and it protects your sweet ride from falling boats. An integrated load stopper even prevents your kayak from sliding off the end.

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